|4th Annual OUCARES Quality of Life Symposium|
OUCARES, the Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support is proud to announce its 4th annual symposium on topics related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
"Residential Living and Employment
for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder"
Keynote Speaker: May 7th
Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley
The quality of life for adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum depends not only upon the foundation that is provided in childhood, but also on ongoing supports that are specific to their employment and residential living needs. This symposium presents information that enables attendees to 'think out of the box' in regards to employment and residential options.
Our expert presenters will share information on how to best prepare individuals with ASD for the world of employment and residential living. For a complete list of presenters and specific topics, please refer to the symposium agenda.
Who Should Attend?
Parents/caregivers, social workers, professionals, employers, educators and adults living with ASD.
Mich. Social Worker CEs
Printable Flyer - PDF
Symposium Agenda - PDF
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